Printmaking Workshops with Lucy May Schofield

Thursday 18 January 2018 11am & 7pm 

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Mokuhanga is perfect for artists interested in a non-toxic, table-top printmaking technique. During this taster session you will learn the basic skills to transfer and carve a ‘key line’ and colour separation blocks, in the tradition of Japanese Ukiyo-e printmaking. With no press required, only a hand held barren, you will have the opportunity to ink up a woodblock and pass a print on Japanese paper. You will be sure to fall in love with both the process and results of this accessible, water-based printmaking method which provides endless possibilities.

Some recent feedback from a participant…

“It was fabulous. Lucy is such a patient, inspirational teacher and I felt I learnt a whole new skill… The course numbers were just right and we all got to know each other – a good chance to network. I’m now inspired to continue with this form of printing and to use it in my MA project.”

This article was posted on January 4, 2018
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